Information that the ADL doesn't want you to know. Learn WHY?The Dark Side of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. This is a Jewish group which stems out of the Masonic Order of B'nai B'rith. This group exerts much influence in government & media to combat what it perceives as: 'racism, anti-semitism and hate'. The 1915 lynching of Leo Frank, convicted of murdering 13-year-old Mary Phagan, is the stuff of books, movies and now a Broadway play. None of them, says Mary Kean, get it right. "The inaccuracies bother me," says Kean, who has been a student of the infamous case since she herself was a 13-year-old girl named Mary Phagan after her great-aunt. The first Mary Phagan was found strangled to death at the National Pencil Factory in Atlanta on April 27, 1913. Leo Frank, the factory's manager, was convicted on the testimony of janitor Jim Conley, who said Frank ordered him to hide Mary's body in the factory basement and plant a note on the body blaming the crime on "a light-skinned *****." In August 1915, days after his death sentence was commuted to life in prison, a group of about two dozen men from Marietta snatched Frank from the Georgia Work Farm Prison in Milledgeville. Frank was lynched from an oak tree on Frey Gin Road in Marietta. The 1986 pardon of Frank cited by his modern-day defenders, Kean says, was granted without attempting to address guilt or innocence. "I think that the truth isn't really told about Leo Frank," says Kean. "He is not a martyr, he is a murderer." But that doesn't mean the lynching was justified, Kean says.